The easiest, fastest bill manager in the App Store. . A universal app for iPhone & iPad, with multitasking on iPad. iCloud sync works across all iOS devices plus Mac with the available Mac version.
If you pay bills, you need Chronicle.
Here's why: A single late payment can cost you $30 or more and cause your credit score to plummet by up to 100 points.
Chronicle reminds you to pay your bills, so you can just enter them, and forget about them.
Plus, Chronicle syncs with the available Mac version via iCloud, so you can view and pay your bills everywhere.
In addition to reminding you to pay your bills, Chronicle keeps track of all your payment history, including confirmation numbers, so you always have proof of payments.
New to Chronicle is the Pro version. Available as an in-app purchase, Chronicle Pro gives you access to all new features of Chronicle as they are updated.
Currently available features in Chronicle Pro:
Forecast View: See the future—see what will be due every month for a year in advance.
Amount to Save: Stop bills from sneaking up on you. Many bills don’t repeat every month: for these bills, Chronicle will calculate how much you need to set aside each month so that you have enough to pay it when it comes due. For example, you may have an auto insurance bill of $500 that is due every 6 months. Chronicle will calculate that you need to set aside $83.33 each month in order to have enough to pay the bill each time it is due.
Intelligent Estimated Amount Due: Helps you know how much will be due for bills that vary. Using the type of bill, your payment history, and the time of year, Chronicle will intelligently calculate an estimate of how much is due. For example, Chronicle will be able to learn if your electric bills are higher or lower in the winter, and estimate accordingly.
Chronicle Cloud: Backup your bills to the cloud, sync across all your iOS devices, and share with a partner, spouse or business associate.
New: Chronicle 10.0 introduces the all-new Chronicle Cloud sync service (a part of Chronicle Pro). Chronicle Cloud sync is lightning fast and reliable, and now, you can seamlessly share & sync your bills with a partner, spouse, or business associate. More information about Chronicle Cloud syncing and how to share is here: http://chronicleapp.com/support/chronicle-cloud/
Ratings and Reviews
Best App for Bills Ever
This is hands-down the best app I have ever used for bills! I love that it has just an insane amount of features and abilities that make it so easy to track and manage my bills and be reminded about them. And the fact that you don’t have to link it to a bank account or all that other stuff that other apps want you to do is amazing I just wanted something specifically for bills and this was everything I hoped for. The one issue I’m having is I can’t find an option to delete a bill? There is an archive option but this causes my list of bills to become really swamped when sometimes I just want to delete the bill altogether. I searched the articles and couldn’t find anything, but overall that’s not a huge deal obviously. Great app!
Simple, works great
I’ve been using this app for years to track my bills. I have the Mac app too and it syncs between my iPhone and Mac and iPad over iCloud. It’s easy to enter and edit bills and see past payments. It automatically shows you what is coming up and you can set reminders. I sometimes forget when a bill is due, so it’s handy to be able to see quickly on my phone via the app or my calendar. I like to keep my records on my computer at home, but if I’m out and remember I need to pay something I can log it on my phone and it will sync to my computer so my records are complete. I like that the interface is simple and not cluttered with ads. I like that I can see the history of what I’ve paid overtime, it is an easy way to notice unexpected charges.
I’ve had some issues with sync lag since the app switched from Dropbox to iCloud sync but lately that has improved.
iPhone XS Max/iPad Pro 1st Gen/iOS 12.1.1/Chronicle 8.0 Series
Previous glitches appear to be no more, so continuing to test and will post an update in the next few days.
Crashes on launch with ‘Face ID’ turned ‘On’ on iPhone XS Max, but if you delete/remove the App and reinstall; go through the prompts and ‘Enable’ iCloud; closing and reopening did let me get back in and see contents/list for my Bills with ‘Face ID’ turned ‘Off’. On my iPad Pro 1st Gen; the App lets me open and see contents/list for my Bills with ‘Touch ID’ turned ‘On’.
Opening up App has you swipe and gives the option to sign up for their Mailing List; then goes to asking to ‘Enable’ iCloud with me enabling and even trying to restore from a previous backup, but no matter how many times this App is opened or closed; even deleted/removed and reinstalled; the Alerts show there’s information there from outside the App, but opening this App keeps starting over from the beginning with all the prompts reappearing and none of the contents/list for my Bills reappearing.
[4-Star Rating is in recognition of these Fine Developers Dedication to making this App the Best it can be while I continue to test]
Developer Response ,
Sorry about the problem with Face ID. This is fixed now in version 8.0.2. Can you please update to the latest version?
- LittleFin LLC
- 40.6 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2012, 2018 LittleFin LLC
- In-App Purchases
- Chronicle Pro $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.